Man injured in Hankinson garage fire

HANKINSON, N.D. - Fire damaged a garage here and sent one man to the hospital Tuesday, March 22.

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HANKINSON, N.D. – Fire damaged a garage here and sent one man to the hospital Tuesday, March 22.

The fire was reported about 3 p.m. in the 400 block of Third Avenue Southwest, said Jesse Arends, a member of the Hankinson Volunteer Fire Department .

Arends said firefighters quickly brought the fire under control and saved the structure, though he said some vehicles that were inside, including a vintage Mustang, were destroyed.

The cause of the fire had not been determined, said Arends, who declined to identify the person injured in the blaze.

Arends said the man was taken to a Fargo hospital, but he did not know the extent of the man's injuries.

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